Did it help? Did it hinder?
Listen HERE Warm Up the Tires News and Discussion Le Mans – 30:50 Shit We Didn’t Make Up: Licensure for Drivers – 36:52 Women of the Week: Ladies in 2019 Le Mans – 48:25 Rev Group Grand Prix Preview – 52:04 News and Discussion Our first non-race recap since before May and we run down some of the … Continue reading S3E18 – Campsite Diplomacy, Le Mans, and Cheese
She’s known as the “First Woman Racing Driver” and in numerous articles has the moniker ‘daredevil’ attached to her.
I’m hopeful now you’ll realize why. She has a fantastic record in IndyLights. She holds many firsts for women in that series.
Female drivers have all types of pressure on them both on and off track. Smith’s story explains how she’s still racing into her late 70s.
She found herself in IMSA, but if it has wheels - the lady will drive it!
This all-female team is no gimmick, they're lead by a HBIC.
I’ve been writing recently on the history of women in racing and how with each decade as women made strides in open wheel racing it corresponded with strides made on the socio-political realm. A few months ago we featured Iranian racer Laleh Seddigh as our Woman of the Week. Laleh was, and still is, one … Continue reading Winning More than Races
The 1960s starts the increase of amazing women in auto racing. My research yielded a long list of names, unlike the prior decades. I struggled with how to approach this decade. Write a small blurb on all of them (because they all had amazing stories) or pick a smaller list and go deep. I picked … Continue reading 1960s Women: I Want to Go Fast
By separating women out it can be said: she’s good enough…for a girl.